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I remember when I first began my transitioning process towards the end of 2011 like it was yesterday.

Because I wasn’t fully ready to break out of my relaxed, bone-straight hair lifestyle, I resorted to trying a sew-in weave for the first time. A few months later I finally mustered up the courage to head to the salon for a professional chop. The weave was out, and the relaxed hairs were scattered across the salon floor. This was my first official step toward accepting my completely natural hair. I was excited for this upcoming stage in my life, although I’ll admit how nervous I was. My hair was super short, it was now curly (I hadn’t worn it naturally curly since I was five!), and I was clueless as to how to care for it in its natural state.

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